Driver’s education doesn’t end at 16

Cars and a traffic cone

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) Driver’s training doesn’t really end when you get your license. Lessons for staying safe on the road apply to people of all ages. But it can be a tough subject to approach with older relatives. Century Driving Group specializes in non-traditional driver’s training with resources to help families make sound decisions about driving.

Century Driving Group can assess skills of drivers of all ages. They use data-driven tools to help determine the level of risk for each driver. This can be for teens or new drivers, older drivers, distracted drivers, or for drivers who’ve experienced a medical condition.

Century also offers refresher classes for parking or for winter driving. They have locations across West Michigan. To learn more about what they offer, call (616) 241-4646 or visit their website.

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